[DML] Re: Fans wont cut back!!!
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[DML] Re: Fans wont cut back!!!

The cooling fans only have 1 speed. They are both controled by:
1) the Otterstadt switch in the coolant pipe left, rear engine bay
2) the A/C compressor circuit
If the fans are running constantly a relay could be bad, the
otterstadt switch could be stuck, or the A/C compressor always runs
without cycling. Turn off the A/C. If the fans still do not cycle pull
the wires off the otterstadt switch. If that doesn't stop the fans
there is a wiring fault or a bad relay. If they do stop the switch is bad.
David Teitelbaum
vin 10757 

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Dustin Dewey <dmc5000@...> wrote:
> Hey everyone. 
> I have an 81 that I drive mostly in the summer. 
> this year I have done a few parades. After the last one I have
noticed that my radiator fans are on high speed all the time now. They
used to only 
> come on when the car would heat up to 190 or so. thats just a guess.
Anyways, I was wondering if it is maybe a relay problem. What do you
>  Thanks 
>   Dustin from Ohio
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